Online Event

Impact of Sanctions Against Russia on Your Business with FTI Consulting

Thursday, March 3 | 4:00 PM – 4:45 PM


Event Details

Global security policy experts FTI Consulting will explain the sanctions imposed on Russia and highlight the impacts for companies operating in Finland. There will be a 30-minute presentation on the need-to-know details, followed by 15 minutes for questions. We’re also happy to connect Amcham members directly with our key contacts at FTI Consulting:

UK based Jim HuishManaging Director, Forensic & Litigation Consulting Export Controls, Sanctions & Trade, Stephen Wilcox, Senior Director and member of the Export Controls and Sanctions practice out of Washington DC, and Eric RudolphManaging Director in the Export Controls, Sanctions & Trade practice at FTI Consulting based in New York.

Event Speakers

Jim Huish

Managing Director, Forensic & Litigation Consulting Export Controls, Sanctions & Trade at FTI Consulting

Jim Huish is a Managing Director of the Export Controls & Sanctions Practice offering in the Forensic & Litigation Consulting (FLC) segment at FTI Consulting, and he is based in London. Jim specializes in international trade compliance including customs compliance, supply chain security, export controls, economic sanctions, antiboycott and related US and global regulations.

Jim helps his clients build or enhance their trade compliance programs through a practical approach to procedural enhancements, audits, and trainings that are properly benchmarked. Having worked across multiple industry sectors he is able to provide both proactive and reactive solutions to clients, balancing these multi-jurisdictional laws and regulations with the practical realities of implementing sustainable solutions into the day-to-day operations.

Jim has extensive experience advising clients on compliance matters using his supply chain and security background to define and deploy risk-based solutions. His ability to balance the regulatory requirements and the operational needs across multi-jurisdictional experience gives client a unique perspective and solution-focused approach.

Stephen Wilcox

Senior Director at FTI Consulting

Stephen Wilcox is a Senior Director in the Export Controls and Sanctions offering at FTI Consulting, and is based in Washington, D.C. He specializes in U.S. and foreign export controls and sanctions matters, including investigations, audits, internal compliance program development, enforcement advisory, end-use check and monitoring services (Post Shipment Verifications and Pre-License Checks), Voluntary Self-Disclosures (VSDs) advisory, due diligence, and restricted party list removal support services.

Prior to FTI Consulting, Stephen served 24 years in export control and sanction roles for the U.S. Government. During his career, Stephen represented the United States’ national security and foreign policy interests to more than 65 countries, to include Finland, Ukraine and Russia, and worked extensively with foreign federal ministries, licensing organizations, international customs services, international law enforcement agencies, and trade associations.

Eric Rudolph

Managing Director in the Export Controls, Sanctions & Trade practice at FTI Consulting

Eric Rudolph is a Managing Director in the Export Controls, Sanctions & Trade practice at FTI Consulting, and he is based in New York. His work focuses on compliance with U.S. economic sanctions and export controls.

Mr. Rudolph assists companies by managing the risks associated with sanctions and export controls, with a focus on risk-based assessment of compliance needs, compliance program design, investigations, audits and reviews, and support of remediation activities. Mr. Rudolph has led, managed and participated in compliance reviews in North America, Europe, Middle East, Africa and Asia, and he has significant experience in working with companies operating under government-appointed compliance monitors.

Mr. Rudolph’s experience includes advising clients on compliance with various sanctions programs administered by OFAC; risk assessments and review of compliance programs and procedures; and investigation and remediation of potential violations.

For more information contact:

Alexandra Pasternak-Jackson


+358 45 136 6303